PJ Library

Cincinnati families read for FREE with PJ Library! PJ Library offers the gift of free, high-quality Jewish books and music to children ages 0 – 11 years with at least one Jewish parent. Free PJ Library family programs are offered at the J as well as at other local venues.

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There are several ways to engage with PJ Library depending on the age of your child. Enroll in PJ Library or PJ Our Way and start receiving books in the mail each month. Start your new baby’s journey with a subscription to PJ Baby. And join us for local family events! 

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PJ Library: Ages 0-8

PJ Library welcomes the incredible diversity of Jewish experience. We’re proud to be part of a community that includes families of all backgrounds, of single or multiple faiths, and at all levels of Jewish knowledge and observance. 

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PJ Our Way: Ages 9-11

PJ Our Way grows with your children. Now kids ages 9 – 11 can choose high quality titles each month from a kid-friendly and safe website. They’ll love building a library of their own!

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PJ Baby

PJ Baby, a new program of PJ Library Cincinnati, will provide you with social gatherings and events that get you out of the house and explore the community with your baby, as well as times away from your little one to relax. Growth, bonding, and a whole lot of fun are waiting!

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J’s Busy Babies

J’s Busy Babies is a play date for kids ages infant to 2 years old. It gives parents who have had kids during the pandemic an opportunity to meet, and their kids to socialize.

Support PJ Library

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Help support PJ Library to ensure all children in Cincinnati have access to Jewish books and family activities.

PJ library, PJ baby, and PJ Our Way family programs are offered at the J and other local venues to children up to 11 years old with at least one Jewish parent. In partnership with the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati, and thanks to generous funding from Anne Heldman, the Fisher Family (Founding Sponsor), and the Harold Grinspoon Foundation.